Southern Plainsmen Quartet Nominated for Gospel Gold Artist of the Year at 2011 Harvest Music Festival

West-Central Louisiana’s Southern Plainsmen Quartet is honored to be nominated for the Harvest Music Festival’s “Gospel Gold Artist of the Year.”

“We are so humbled by this organization’s recognition of our group,” mentioned Southern Plainsmen’s Marcelle Slaughter. “We are excited to be a part of the event, and can’t wait to meet all kinds of new people!”

The “Gospel Gold Artist of the Year” Award is handed out to artists as a part of the Harvest Music Festival which is to be held this coming November 10-12, 2011 in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee at the Music Road Hotel and Convention Center.

To place your vote for the Southern Plainsmen as the 2011 “Gospel Gold Artist of the Year” – visit .

Individuals interested in being a part of the convention can also visit the site and reference the Southern Plainsmen in their registration information.

The Southern Plainsmen were recently honored by the South Texas Gospel Music Association (STGMA) at the organization’s annual event.

The Southern Plainsmen were named this year’s Group of the Year. In addition, baritone vocalist Allen Doyle was named the 2011 Male Vocalist of the Year.

For more information on the Southern Plainsmen Quartet, visit their website at .  You can also visit the group on Facebook at .

About the Southern Plainsmen Quartet

The Southern Plainsmen Quartet was organized in May 1978 in the rolling pine-hills of West-Central Louisiana, and is an outreach of the Southern Plainsmen Ministries, Inc., a non-profit Christian organization.  The group has released 20 recordings in its impressive 30 years history. The group’s current release – Simply…Faith! released in 2009.